George Wilcox had been on the run since 2009, when he fled in the middle of his U.S. trial for sexually assaulting his disabled stepson.
Now, more than six years later, he has been extradited to Arizona.
Wilcox, 57, was convicted of two counts of sexual interference in 2009 for molesting his brain-injured quadriplegic stepson, who was under the age of 15.
Wilcox was convicted in absentia because he fled midway through the trial.
He was featured on “America’s Most Wanted” before he was arrested in Delta in 2012.
He fought his extradition for years, but on Friday, Wilcox was finally turned over to U.S. authorities.
In Arizona, sexual crimes against minors under 15 carry sentences of up to 27 years.